# 人工智能基础（高中版）教材补充和资源分享之二 机器人学矩阵

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--一份为高中生准备的机器学习与人工智能入门指南--

Being a high schooler myself and having studied Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for a year now, I believe that there fails to exist a learning path in this field for High School students. This is my attempt at creating one.

# A guide for High School students to learning Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Being a high schooler myself and having studied Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for a year now, I believe that there fails to exist a learning path in this field for High School students. This is my attempt to create one.

Over the past few months, I've tried to spend a couple of hours every day understanding this field, be it watching Youtube videos or undertaking projects. I've been guided by older peers who've had far more experience than me, and now feel that I have ample experience to share my insights.

All the information that I have compiled in this guide is intended for high schoolers wishing to excel in this up and coming field. It is intended to be followed chronologically, and unlike most guides/learning paths that I've come across, doesn't require an understanding of linear algebra, partial derivatives and other complex mathemathical concepts which one cannot find in their high school syllabuses.

If you work through this path on a regular basis, I believe that you could get to a pretty high level in about three months. However, this learning path does provide content that can keep you learning for the rest of your high school stay.

So, lets get to it.

### 1. Learning Python, which you will code your algorithms in.

I strongly suggest Python for this - not only is it extremely easy to learn, it supports pretty much any good library used in Machine Learning. While R is useful, I just find that Python in general is far more suitable for high school students. Besides basic programming, for Machine Learning in particular, the libraries that are most useful are Numpy, Pandas and Matplotlib.

• For those of you who have never coded before, I suggest going to a course provided by the University of Toronto (one of the best universities for ML/AI right now). It will take you a few weeks, but its well worth your time - most of the knowledge you gain through this course can be applied to any other programming language, the only difference being the syntax. The course is free, and can be found at https://www.coursera.org/learn/learn-to-program?siteID=SAyYsTvLiGQ-rs4V8qoewjp3oL7Nr.r_Fw&utm_content=10&utm_medium=partners&utm_source=linkshare&utm_campaign=SAyYsTvLiGQ#
• For those of you who have coding experience in a language besides Python, just skim through this tutorial for syntax - it won't take you more than a day: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/python_basic_syntax.htm
• Now, after you've learnt the basics of Python, you need to understand the first two libraries I was talking about (Matplotlib can come later). Numpy arrays and Pandas are used for moving around and modifying the data you use, while Matplotlib is used to visualize this data through graphs and diagrams. The following courses together shouldn't take more than a couple of days:

Great! Now you should be set in the core programming needed to learn Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

### 2. Getting into the basics of Machine Learning.

If there's one universal course for Machine Learning, it has to be Andrew Ng's course. This course is nothing short of brilliant, though for high school students, it may seem slightly challenging at times, as it refers to concepts such as partial derivatives (though these aren't required to understand the course). I found it beneficial to re-watch some lectures in Weeks 3 to 5 - it may be a bit fast the first time around.

I encourage everyone to go through this and take notes, though doing the programming-related tutorials and exercises is not needed, as its done in Matlab, which (in my experience) is often too tough for high schoolers to grasp. But don't worry, we will be doing the very same (and far more advanced) algorithms in Python in just a short amount of time.

The link to this free course is: https://www.coursera.org/learn/machine-learning

### 3. Learning an assortment of machine learning algorithms and understand how to implement them in real-world scenarios.

Now, understanding machine learning algorithms without the knowledge of university-level maths - this should be hard in theory, however, a team from Australia resolved this issue.

Kirill Eremenko and Hadelin de Ponteves - a pair from the SuperDataScience team - are absolutely fantastic at finding relevant ways to apply simple algorithms in real life. Furthermore, they go into a suitable amount of depth to understand the functionality of the algorithm, but without the complex mathics that a high school would not be able to understand.

Their course covers both Python and R, though you don't have to worry about R - simply go through the Python tutorials. Also, if you find that they are going a bit too slow, play this course at 1.25x speed (I did that and found it much better).

Their course is on Udemy, and is paid, though Udemy regularly has discounts of 90% or more on their courses. It can be found at https://www.udemy.com/machinelearning/learn/v4/overview, and is usually around \$10.

It covers everything from basic regression algorithms to deep and convolutional neural networks. If you wish to explore even more advanced areas, their Deep Learning course is offered at the end of the Machine Learning for a 90% discount. However, concepts in this second course may be a little advanced and lack proper documentation, since they are so new.

If you're unwilling to pay for this course, you can check out Google's free Deep Learning course at https://www.udacity.com/course/deep-learning--ud730 or University of Michigan's free course at https://www.coursera.org/learn/python-machine-learning. However, these are far from as well-rounded as the SuperDataScience team's courses.

For these courses, taking notes aren't a necessity - there are tons of 'algorithm cheat sheets' online, which offer a quick intution on how they work. This website (https://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2017/02/top-28-cheat-sheets-for-machine-learning-data-science-probability-sql-big-data/) lists a few.

### 4. Explore, explore and explore.

Now, you've covered a wide range of machine learning concepts, and have learnt a vast amount of skills. Its time for you to independently use these on basic projects. I'd suggest going to Kaggle (https://www.kaggle.com/) or the UCI Machine Learning repository (http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets.html), finding a dataset you have an interest in, and simply modelling some solutions to these. Play around with different algorithms, and try to optimize performance.

Ensure that the datasets you use are simple and clean in nature - they shouldn't require too much pre-processing or modifying. Some easy dataset (off the top of my head) are the Iris, Wine, Breast Cancer Wisconsin, Autism Screening, Congress Voting, Handwritten Digits MNIST and Fashion MNIST ones.

If you ever come across a road block, Stack Overflow (https://stackoverflow.com/) is your best friend - they have an answer to almost any question that you'd have. If it doesn't, just post one - you should get replies within a couple of hours!

There's nothing much more I need to say here - when you find that you've become comfortable with the whole modelling process, feel free to move on!

### 5. Find an area of particular interest, and dive deeper.

Now you've got a great and broad understanding of all the basics. However, there's only a limit to what you can do with this. Thus, I suggest you find an area of interest in the broad field of Machine Learning, and look deeper into it. You probably won't have time to become experts in all of these in your high school tenure, but try and conquer one, if not two.

I'll list some possible areas, but before you begin one of these, understand what it is you're getting into. A simple Youtube search for a high-level explanation will give you all you need.

• Computer Vision: Probably the hottest field in Machine Learning/AI right now - making computers see and understand things using a special type of neural network. Stanford publishes their course in this online (http://cs231n.stanford.edu/), with lectures, course notes and assignments available online. Go through this, though if the math is too complicated, don't worry - the course is simply to deepen your knowledge. Alternatively, you could look to OpenCV, a computer vision library that does a lot of the complex stuff for you. A great tutorial can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z78zbnLlPUA&list=PLQVvvaa0QuDdttJXlLtAJxJetJcqmqlQq. Once you're done with these, look at more advanced image datasets on Kaggle and UCI, or even enter Kaggle Competitions.
• Natural Language Processing: Understanding how computers learn to speak is also a prominent topic today. Once again, Stanford offers a great course thats online (http://web.stanford.edu/class/cs224n/). If you don't understand some of the Math concepts, don't worry, just gain an understanding of how this field works. For implementations, you could undertake this Udemy course: https://www.udemy.com/data-science-natural-language-processing-in-python/. However, you could alternatively go through some of well-known Machine Learner Siraj Raval's videos (such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhrxE5PQgY). One you've done these, try undertaking simple, well-known projects like building a chatbot, sentiment analysis or creating lyrics to a song - simple Youtube searches should help you out.
• Reinforcement Learning: This domain focuses on how machines learn to act in a particular way, and its most popular application is in the field of video games. Siraj Raval again has a pretty good playlist on this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_McNBDP9Qs&list=PL2-dafEMk2A5FZ-MnPMpp3PBtZcINKwLA). David Silver's UCL course is great, though beginners may find it a bit tricky - http://www0.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/d.silver/web/Teaching.html. Once you're done with these, its pretty logical to just start downloading base projects from online, and adding an element of Artificial Intelligence to modify how the agents they act. Simple walkthroughs can again be found via a simple Youtube search.
• Data Science: This field is a budding domain with tons of exciting job oppurtunities. I suggest undertaking either SuperDataScience's paid course (https://www.udemy.com/datascience/) or UC San Diego's Python-based free course (https://www.edx.org/course/python-data-science-uc-san-diegox-dse200x), though you should find a specific learning path for data science with a simple Google search. You must also learn SQL (https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/sql) as well as Matplotlib (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7Bo_J8x_dw). The advantage in learning this at a student level is employability - I have friends in high school who've been offered data science internships, as the data gained from their work can instantly be monetized by companies. Its easy for companies to find a way to use a data scientist.
• There are also areas like Representation Learning (used for recommendation systems), Adversial Networks (AI improving AI) and Genetic Algorithms (improving a solution to a problem in a way similar to natural evolution), but in my opinion, these are a stretch for most high school students. Do feel free to explore these if you have a particular passion for one of them, though they aren't as well covered as the other domains, largely due to the fact that they aren't currently monetized as much as the other fields.

### BONUS (extremely important). Truly understand the field of Artificial Intelligence.

If you want to work in this field in the long run, its crucial to understand what it is about, groundbreaking discoveries and its implications on society. You should start doing things listed in this section as soon as you have the necessary understanding of how the technology works - I believe that this is after Section 4 of this learning path (as you start delving into an area of interest). This kind of information may not particularly help you when implementing algorithms, but its an impressive sign for universities or companies when their prospects are so knowledgeable in the field itself, rather than just the code.

There's a few things that a high schooler should do to deepen their general understanding of the field and make them more knowledgeable, which I'll list here:

1. Start reading research papers: They really aren't as challenging as they sound. A good portion of them can be almost completely comprehended with a high school Math level. If you ever come across one you don't understand, just put it down - theres more than enough alternatives. This link (https://www.kdnuggets.com/2017/04/top-20-papers-machine-learning.html) offers a host of great papers, though after you finish those, this (http://www.jmlr.org/papers/) offers the most up-to-date list - simply read ones you're interested in or related to your area of 'expertise' from section 5.
2. Listen to the pioneers: People like Andrew Ng, Ian Goodfellow and Yann LeCunn are regularly interviewed, and give the perspective of engineers of this field on the subject of AI. This Youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/Maaaarth/videos) gathers the best of these talks, and compiles them into a central resource - watch one a night, and I guarantee that you'll feel like an expert within weeks.
3. Stay up-to-date with the field: Wired is one of the best platforms for anyone interested in tech. It publishes multiple AI-related stories every day, which can be found at https://www.wired.com/tag/artificial-intelligence/. Its simply a great way to understand the trends of the time. Alternatively, subsribe to TechCrunch's Facebook Messenger bot - it often has interested AI-related articles, and prompts you every day.
4. Understand the implications: There's no better way to do this than listening to TED talks. Their speakers are extremely knowledgeable in the field, and there is an increasing emphasis on AI in their speeches. A host of videos can be found at https://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector/videos
5. The Philosophy: AI has its supporters and its opposers. The philosphy behind it, however, is intriguing. My favourite books that explore this area, and are suitable for High School students, include 'How to Create a Mind' by Ray Kurzweil and 'Life 3.0' by Max Tegmark (http://s3.amazonaws.com/arena-attachments/1446178/cffa5ebc74cee2b1edf58fa9a5bbcb1c.pdf?1511265314) - do try and read these.
6. Contributing: If you're the kind of person who likes to learn from others experience, check out the Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning Facebook group. Alternatively, if you prefer conversations, check out Reddit's thread on AI at https://www.reddit.com/r/artificial/.
7. Delve into the math: Yes, you do need university level math skills, but if you're an extremeley strong math student, there's nothing stopping you from taking some online courses. This quora thread (https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-learn-mathematics-for-machine-learning) has some great resources that you should check out. 3Blue1Brown (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYO_jab_esuFRV4b17AJtAw/playlists) is a famous name in the community too, as his Youtube videos are fantastic for learning the maths behind some of these more complicated concepts.

## Conclusion

I wish everyone the best of luck in undertaking this learning path. I've heard too many people say Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence is too complicated to learn as a high school student to not write this - with a well-paved learning path, it can be done by anyone. Its just that due to the field being so new and generally thought of as a graduate field of study, theres a lack of one for high school students.

If anyone has additions, suggestions, queries or feedback, feel free to write to me @ kj.jaisingh@gmail.com.

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CurriculumCompetitionsInternshipsK to 5thSqueaklandLet younger children try their hand at programming.+ More informationImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationClassroom Robotics on the WebLessons, materials, and rubrics developed in a Texas classroom using RoboLab.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationBuild a NanoroverLearn how to make your own balloon-powered nanorover!+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League JuniorDesigned to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationEARLY RoboticsEngineering And Robotics Learned Young (EARLY) is a program that exposes our youth to engineering. EARLY provides 7 to 12 year olds the opportunity to participate in a robotics competition every fall and spring.+ More informationID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information6th to 8thImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More informationBotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information9th to 12thPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More informationIntelliBrain-BotJava-programmable educational robot.+ More informationGEARS Educational SystemsRobotics platform with projects and suggested curriculum.+ More informationBattlebots IQEducational lessons about robotics.+ More informationRobotic Autonomy ActivitiesA series of exercises intended to explore principles of autonomous robotics.+ More informationRobotics ProgrammingSimulate robotics missions and learning BASIC programming.+ More informationRobotics Technology CurriculumSelect activities to suit the learner from elementary to advanced and manual robot control to computer program modes.+ More informationStamps in ClassIntroduction to topics such as microcontrollers, analog and digital, and advanced robotics.+ More informationEST FoundationsThe EST Foundations curriculum is comprised of project based lesson plans to introduce students to engineering. Students will explore the new product development process, how marketing impacts engineering, and careers in engineering and science. There are eleven fully developed one-week modules. + More informationBotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationBEST Robotics+ More informationFIRST® Robotics Competition + More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationFIRST® Tech Challenge + More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More informationNASA Student Opportunities+ More informationID Tech Camps+ More informationRobotics Boot CampAt San Jose City College+ More informationNASA Summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program (SHARP)+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More informationBA/BSList of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCMU Undergraduate Minor in RoboticsFocus on robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationCollaborative Research ExperienceFor women in undergraduate computer science and engineering+ More informationRoboCup+ More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More informationNASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationStorming Robots Internship+ More informationiD Tech Camps Jobs+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More informationMA/MSList of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More informationNASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More informationPh.DList of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More informationNASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More information

Curriculum

Competitions

Internships

K to 5th

SqueaklandLet younger children try their hand at programming.+ More informationImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationClassroom Robotics on the WebLessons, materials, and rubrics developed in a Texas classroom using RoboLab.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationBuild a NanoroverLearn how to make your own balloon-powered nanorover!+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More information

RoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League JuniorDesigned to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationEARLY RoboticsEngineering And Robotics Learned Young (EARLY) is a program that exposes our youth to engineering. EARLY provides 7 to 12 year olds the opportunity to participate in a robotics competition every fall and spring.+ More information

ID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information

6th to 8th

ImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More information

BotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More information

ID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information

9th to 12th

Pre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More informationIntelliBrain-BotJava-programmable educational robot.+ More informationGEARS Educational SystemsRobotics platform with projects and suggested curriculum.+ More informationBattlebots IQEducational lessons about robotics.+ More informationRobotic Autonomy ActivitiesA series of exercises intended to explore principles of autonomous robotics.+ More informationRobotics ProgrammingSimulate robotics missions and learning BASIC programming.+ More informationRobotics Technology CurriculumSelect activities to suit the learner from elementary to advanced and manual robot control to computer program modes.+ More informationStamps in ClassIntroduction to topics such as microcontrollers, analog and digital, and advanced robotics.+ More informationEST FoundationsThe EST Foundations curriculum is comprised of project based lesson plans to introduce students to engineering. Students will explore the new product development process, how marketing impacts engineering, and careers in engineering and science. There are eleven fully developed one-week modules. + More information

BotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationBEST Robotics+ More informationFIRST® Robotics Competition + More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationFIRST® Tech Challenge + More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationID Tech Camps+ More informationRobotics Boot CampAt San Jose City College+ More informationNASA Summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program (SHARP)+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More information

BA/BS

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCMU Undergraduate Minor in RoboticsFocus on robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationCollaborative Research ExperienceFor women in undergraduate computer science and engineering+ More informationRoboCup+ More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationStorming Robots Internship+ More informationiD Tech Camps Jobs+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More information

MA/MS

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More information

Ph.D

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More information

Curriculum

Competitions

Internships

K to 5th

SqueaklandLet younger children try their hand at programming.+ More informationImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationClassroom Robotics on the WebLessons, materials, and rubrics developed in a Texas classroom using RoboLab.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationBuild a NanoroverLearn how to make your own balloon-powered nanorover!+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More information

RoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League JuniorDesigned to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationEARLY RoboticsEngineering And Robotics Learned Young (EARLY) is a program that exposes our youth to engineering. EARLY provides 7 to 12 year olds the opportunity to participate in a robotics competition every fall and spring.+ More information

ID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information

6th to 8th

ImagiBoticsRobotics classroom activities, articles, and interviews at Imagiverse+ More informationPre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationMake Your Own RoverEleven activities designed to help students learn about robotics.+ More informationImagine MarsStudents explore their own community and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be important as they develop an ideal community on Mars.+ More informationRobotics ActivitiesDesign, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More information

BotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationFIRST® LEGO® League Immerses kids in real-world science and technology challenges.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More information

ID Tech Camps+ More informationSpace Camp+ More information

9th to 12th

Pre-K-12 EngineeringStandards-aligned engineering activities for grades Pre-K to 12th Grade.+ More informationRobotics Starter Kits for EducatorsA guide to different robotics kits.+ More informationRobotics Academy Camp-on-a-Disk+ More informationBotball and Computer Science CurriculumCurricular materials to promote hands-on learning.+ More informationMulti-unit Robotics CurriculumGive students meaningful exercises that introduce or reinforce applied physics and mathematics concepts.+ More informationIntelliBrain-BotJava-programmable educational robot.+ More informationGEARS Educational SystemsRobotics platform with projects and suggested curriculum.+ More informationBattlebots IQEducational lessons about robotics.+ More informationRobotic Autonomy ActivitiesA series of exercises intended to explore principles of autonomous robotics.+ More informationRobotics ProgrammingSimulate robotics missions and learning BASIC programming.+ More informationRobotics Technology CurriculumSelect activities to suit the learner from elementary to advanced and manual robot control to computer program modes.+ More informationStamps in ClassIntroduction to topics such as microcontrollers, analog and digital, and advanced robotics.+ More informationEST FoundationsThe EST Foundations curriculum is comprised of project based lesson plans to introduce students to engineering. Students will explore the new product development process, how marketing impacts engineering, and careers in engineering and science. There are eleven fully developed one-week modules. + More information

BotBall+ More informationRoboCupJunior+ More informationTrinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationBEST Robotics+ More informationFIRST® Robotics Competition + More informationRobofestRobofest is an annual autonomous robotics competition focusing on learning STEM for students in grades 5 - 12.+ More informationStorming RobotsStorming Robots offers classes for those interested in participating in robotics competitions, robotics technology clubs, computer programming classes, etc. + More informationFIRST® Tech Challenge + More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationID Tech Camps+ More informationRobotics Boot CampAt San Jose City College+ More informationNASA Summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program (SHARP)+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More information

BA/BS

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCMU Undergraduate Minor in RoboticsFocus on robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationBattlebots IQ+ More informationCollaborative Research ExperienceFor women in undergraduate computer science and engineering+ More informationRoboCup+ More informationVEX Robotics Competition+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationStorming Robots Internship+ More informationiD Tech Camps Jobs+ More informationNASA MSFC Robotics Academy+ More information

MA/MS

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More information

Ph.D

List of universities offering robotics programs+ More informationAutonomous Multirobot SystemsKey issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems.+ More informationGeneral Robotics CourseOverview of robotics in practice and research.+ More informationCarnegie Mellon University Robotics InstituteGraduate education in robotics.+ More informationUniversitiesStudy and research programs in robotics.+ More information

Trinity Fire-Fighting Robot Contest+ More informationRoboCup+ More information

NASA Student Opportunities+ More informationNASA Jobs+ More informationPlanetary Science Summer School+ More information

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### 你会学到什么

• 如何使用ROS通信工具（主题，服务，动作）在功能模块之间交换信息
• 使用机器人可视化并创建自定义环境
• 机器人环境和导航与移动机器人的映射
• 如何用工业机器人手臂实现拾放功能
• 用状态机设计一个完整的机器人应用程序

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